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    • East Texas House 32

    • Buildings; Wooden buildings; Churches; Architectural photographs
    • A large wooden building in East Texas. The building appears to be a church, as the tall arch-topped windows in the taller portion of the building appear to be stained glass. The entrance includes a full height entry porch with large prominent...
    • Aikman Gym

    • Universities & colleges; Gymnasiums; Stephen F. Austin State University; Sports & recreation facilities; Buildings ; Wooden buildings;
    • The 110 ft by 140 ft wooden structure was dedicated on November 15, 1924. The building was named after prominent Nacogdoches businessman and manufacturer Frank Speir Aikman who donated $12,000 for its construction. It had a basketball court, large...
    • Rison Family Album

    • African Americans; Women; Wooden buildings
    • Unidentified woman wearing a dress and lace up boots, sitting in a chair. There are wooden buildings in the background.
    • Women's Recreation Center

    • Universities & colleges; Gymnasiums; Stephen F. Austin State University; Sports & recreation facilities; Buildings; Wooden buildings; Women's education;
    • The Women's Recreation Center was built in 1935 on the campus of Stephen F. Austin State University. In addition to the standard gym amenities, the WRC included offices, classrooms, a kitchenette, and a reading/reception room. The building was...
    • East Texas House 27

    • Houses; Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Porches; Architecture;
    • Unidentified two-story wooden house in East Texas. The house is an example of an I-house, a vernacular style indicative of the Tidewater South Tradition. Features of this particular house include the side gable tin roof, and the first and second...
    • East Texas House 158

    • Houses; Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Log buildings; Chimneys
    • An unidentified wooden house and out building. House appears to be a double-pen log structure with freestanding brick chimney and a shed addition built on to a portion of the back. Short vegetation, sparse trees and a portion of a fence is visible.
    • Restoration of Sitton Dogtrot Log Cabin

    • Historic buildings; Historic sites; Wooden buildings; Log buildings; Architecture;
    • Color prints of deconstruction and restoration of the Sitton Dog Trot Log Cabin, showing former clapboard siding being removed and reavealing the timbers, chinking, and wooden shingles. The cabin was built in 1843 by William Hayter and was donated...
    • Hatchett's Ferry Inn

    • Wooden buildings; Taverns (Inns); Architecture
    • Photograph of Hatchett's Ferry Inn, on the Angelina River at the boundary between Cherokee and Nacogdoches counties in Texas. The old road that passed through here serviced Atoy, Lowe's Chapel, Taylor's Chapel, and Smith County from Nacogdoches...
    • Dial House

    • Wooden buildings; Lodging houses; Architecture
    • Photograph of the Dial House in Dialville, Texas, owned by John J. Dial and his wife. The Dials were early settlers to the area before the town was established along the Kansas & Gulf Short Line Railroad (later Cotton Belt). The boarding house was...
    • Rison Family Album

    • African Americans; Children; Wooden buildings
    • Two unidentified young children on the porch steps of a wooden house.
    • Rison Family Album

    • African Americans; Women; Wooden buildings
    • Unidentified women. Script reads: "My Trawick Girl (Bully)." She is posing next to a wooden building and in front of a wooden fence.
    • Rison Family Album

    • African Americans; Men; Women; Children; Wooden buildings
    • Nine men, women, and children posing on the porch of a wood house. There is a wooden fence and farm implement in the foreground.
    • Rison Family Album

    • African Americans; Men; Women; Children; Wooden buildings
    • Group photograph consisting of men, women and young children standing in front of a wooden building.
    • Rison Family Album

    • African Americans; Men; Wooden buildings
    • Unidentified man posing for a picture in a suit and tie. There is a wooden building in the background.
    • Rison Family Album

    • African Americans; Women; Wooden buildings
    • Unidentified woman sitting on the ground in front of a wooden building.
    • Rison Family Album

    • African Americans; Men; Women; Children; Wooden buildings
    • Unidentified man and woman posing with two small children in the side yard of a wooden house.
    • Fisher, Shirley

    • African Americans; Girls; Posing; Housing; Wooden buildings
    • Shirley Fisher poses in front of some residential houses.
    • Mackey, Fisher, & child

    • African Americans; Housing; Children; Young adults; Posing; Wooden buildings
    • Winfred Mackey, Shirley Fisher, and an unidentified child pose for a picture outside residential housing.
    • Mackey, Winfred

    • African Americans; Houses; Standing; Dirt roads; Wooden buildings
    • Winfred Mackey standing on a dirt road. There are residential homes in the background.
    • Three Young Men

    • African Americans; Standing; Houses; Young adults; Wooden buildings
    • Three unidentified young men are standing in front of residential homes.
    • Couple

    • African Americans; Houses; Couples; Young adults; Wooden buildings; Dwellings;
    • Unidentified male and Polly Joe Ferguson (Davis) E.J. Campbell School students standing in a street in front of some residential houses. Across the street from E.J. Campbell.
    • East Texas House 24

    • Houses; Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Chimneys; Porches; Architecture;
    • Elliot-Robinson residence, built circa 1880. The house is located on Center Road, Nacogdoches County. The house is an example of a vernacular one-story, transitionally massed hall-and-parlor (three rooms wide, one and a half rooms deep), referred...
    • East Texas House 21

    • Houses; Wooden buildings
    • A row of unidentified buildings in East Texas. It is unclear whether they are homes or businesses, however they are constructed in a local vernacular style. The buildings are close to an unpaved road. Front porches and tin roof.
    • East Texas House 2

    • Houses; Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Cabins; Architectural photographs
    • Unidentified house, picture taken in 1948. The house is a Single Pen cabin built in a vernacular style indicative of the Tidewater South Tradition. Features include hand hewn log construction with a side gable continuous roof, which extends in the...
    • East Texas House, Tucker House

    • Houses; Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Chimneys; Masonry; Stonework; Gables; Porches; Taverns (Inns)
    • Tucker House, 1948. It was a halfway-house; a stagecoach inn between Nacogdoches and San Augustine, Texas. The structure demonstrates a vernacular expression of Greek Revival style architecture most prominently represented in the side gables, the...
    • Tintype Image of Millard-Lee House

    • Houses; Housing; Fences; Tree stumps; Trees; Sheds; Wood blocks; Wooden buildings; Architecture; Chimneys; Mud; Roofs;
    • This small tintype is of a the two-story hall-and-parlor Millard-Lee House on its original location on the downtown plaza or square of Nacogdoches. Also in the image are a barn and other outbuildings. The trees around the house are without leaves...
    • Tirolean Hotel in Garmish, Germany

    • Architectural elements; Architecture; Flower arrangements; Flowers; Window displays; Cafes; People; Wooden buildings;
    • In Germany, the Wolf Hotel with a long row of window boxes filled with flowers facing the main road. The style is very Alpine. There is a group of people sitting at tables underneath a cover with others standing around in front of a cafe.

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